Intern, Urban and Regional Policy required

The German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF) is looking for an

Intern, Urban and Regional Policy

GMF’s Urban and Regional Policy Program (URP) serves as a key resource and network builder for individuals and groups who make, influence, and implement urban and regional policy in the United States and Europe. The program promotes practical, hands-on exchanges and networking activities, supports policy analysis on pressing urban challenges, and convenes high-level policymakers and opinion-makers to inform current policy debates.

The URP team is currently seeking two interns for Winter/Spring 2014.  The Interns will have the opportunity to gain an increased understanding of the policy process in a broad variety of American and European regions; to hone web writing and online communications skills; to network with leaders in the government, business, non-profit, and philanthropic sectors; and to engage with DC’s vibrant public policy community.

Title: Intern, Urban and Regional Policy

Location: Washington, DC

Start and length of internship: Preferred starting date: January 2014

Preferred time commitment: at least 21 hours per week between 9 AM to 5 PM for at least three months

Read more and apply here.

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